Samsung Galaxy S7 Launched
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Samsung Galaxy S7 Launched

Samsung Electronics Company officially launched its latest flagship mobile handsets, the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge in the Iranian market on April 5 at Tehran's Milad Tower Complex.
The Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge continue the long feud with nemesis Apple while overtaking the predecessor in terms of performance and design.
Even though the S6 series was one of the favorite phones globally last year, the bulging camera and non-expandable memory failed to get the company much success on the ground while Apple’s sales soared as usual.
At the launch event, Samsung focused on improvements in design, camera, gaming and user interface, and is now promoting its latest local hashtag #GalaxyS7Iran.
The event was officially covered by several news agencies and papers, including the Financial Tribune who will give a lowdown on the phone in the coming days. 

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